The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell's Netflix Show Should Not Have Been Canceled, But She Has A YouTube Channel
It is a shame that they canceled Christine McConnell's show because it was a fun creepy watch. I think they made no effort to promote it to the right audience. I only found it on Netflix by accident and proceeded to watch the whole and only first season.
BUT THERE IS GOOD NEWS! McConnell has a YouTube channel! And it has the same creepy feel as her show. She makes about one video a month right now and they are very professionally put together. Hopefully if we all throw some love her way she will start making more.
There is more good news. She also has a book! As soon as I have money again I plan to buy a copy. I did get the sample on amazon which I will be checking out after I write this post. We need more creepy people in the world.
Photographer and stylist Christine McConnell transforms the ordinary into the extraordinary—from everyday dinners, to desserts for all occasions, to the walls of your kitchen, and even some over-the-top creations just for fun.
Taking inspiration from the likes of Tim Burton, Alfred Hitchcock, and Vincent Price and mixing in a dash of Stepford Wife, McConnell’s baking and home DIY projects are a league above and beyond anything you've seen before. In Deceptive Desserts, each dessert is a work of art—some a little twisted, others magical—but every recipe inspires readers to create their own rules without spending a fortune. Why can’t crab cakes be a delicious pink-frosted dessert? And if you’re stuck hosting a bridal shower, why not create an actual Bridezilla cake to match the bride’s ego? Nothing is sacrosanct in the wonderfully weird world of Christine McConnell and nothing is what it appears to be—even a classic dinner can be transformed into something decadent, with doughnuts that look like chicken drumsticks, green beans made of candy, and ice cream mashed potatoes.
A master of illusions in baking, McConnell shows readers how to create their own secret hidden gems in the kitchen. In her follow-up book, McConnell will go outside the kitchen to show readers how to incorporate magic and fantasy into their home decor and personal style without breaking the bank. Using the renovations of her own house as a guide, McConnell walks readers through easy DIY projects such as hand-painted wallpaper, refinishing wood and tile floors, and adding storage space, along with inexpensive decorating tips.
A dazzling collection of photographs, stories revealing her one-of-a-kind character, and helpful tricks for doing it all yourself, McConnell’s book will inspire readers to be more playful, and just a little bit wicked, with the food they create and the space they inhabit.